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Blue hour sets in over Victoria Park in Charlottetown, PEI.
Not been out for a couple of days cos of the rain so here's one from a couple of weeks ago!
#tree #shadow #sunset
Autumn trees photographed against the sun with the backlight illuminating leaves of the trees in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Colorful fall foliage along the Hillsborough River trail in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Steamers Boat House at the marina in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
The last moments of sunset from Victoria Park, Charlottetown, on Prince Edward Island. (I am currently travelling so may be slow to respond on Flickr.)
A photo from last year of the sun setting over charlottetown gravel pit.
Excerpt from Wikipedia:
The Hillsborough River Bridge is a bridge crossing the Hillsborough River estuary between Charlottetown and Stratford in Queens County, Prince Edward Island. The current road bridge, built in 1962, replaced a 1905 rail bridge crossing the same span which was known by the same name.
The first bridge was built by the Prince Edward Island Railway to complete a rail line from Charlottetown to Murray River. The single-lane bridge opened in 1905, and incorporated iron spans from two bridges in Miramichi, New Brunswick built about 30 years earlier. As rail service in the province was converted to standard gauge and heavier service, use of the bridge declined until it was deemed unsafe for all traffic in the 1950s.
As the Trans-Canada Highway project was planned in the 1950s, improving the crossing of the Hillsborough River was deemed essential. A new, improved 2-lane road bridge was built immediately upstream of the old rail bridge, opening in 1962. The bridge was widened to carry 4 lanes of traffic in 1995.
Prince Edward Island
A shot in St Dunstan's Basilica.
Excerpt from Wikipedia:
St. Dunstan's Basilica is the Cathedral of the Diocese of Charlottetown in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is named for St. Dunstan the Anglo Saxon saint from Glastonbury. The current stone structure was rebuilt in 1916 after a fire and is located on Great George Street, between the harbour and the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
The Basilica was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1990.
Lobster traps waiting to catch my dinner. Processed in Photoshop Elements and Topaz Adjust. Print size 13x19 inches.